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, CCU3 MEET . ; v ' 'V:
, The Penny Branch Home Deihon
1 itration Club met .at the .home oil
Mrs. David Carlton with Mr. Ray
. Batts, ; co-hogiess, on ' Wednesday
: afternoon,. Vi;:f :'::Ai.Hj"A-:; a
.. Mrs. J. JB. Torrans, presidenVpre
- sided - .The meeting opened 'with
"America? followed by the ,"Home
.Demonstration Club Creed" in tini-
- son. Mrai Torraaai announced that
.. 3. M. NowelJ of Macon, Ga, who is
- Kational Teacher and flower Judge
' will hold flower school on flowers
-arranging. She also announced that
' the County Chorus had ' entered
f WJJJ". contest and urged dub to
Join? It Was suggested that the club
investigate' the Finer Carolina Con
test lad; participate in the program.
', -Mri.,,R.1M. iKerririg spoke on
"Brucellosis Must Be Stopped Mrs.
- Ormond Grlce spoke onWhyr More
Tanners Turn to Poultry'
' .Mrj...R.vM. Herring gave- the
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Section 2, . EENAN3YILLE, N02TH CAROLINA,' TIIUKSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1954
SALLIE E. JOHNSTONE
CLASS MET MONDAY r
. The . Sallie XL Johnstone N Bible
Class, met Monday evening at the
home of Mrs. Belton Mlnshew. Mr.i
Sanford Packer; president, presided.
The minutes were read by Mrs.
Herbert West Mrs. C. W. Surratt
gave the treasurer's' report Mrs.
James Sauls' gave- the devotional j
Mrs.' M. A. Smith 'was' in charge'
demonstration on "Let's A Make
Housekeeping -Easier." She demon-!
strated making biscuits with twenty
steps, 'two tena-Bd-eche In
five minutes; The club later enjoyed
the biscuits With sausage. :
'Mrs. Robert Davis and Miss Jean;
Torrans held a contest with scram
bled, flowers, Mrs. Henry Best re-!
ceived an African violet as winner.
, The- eighteenth, birthday , ef ths
club was observed and was the re-j
cipitent of many useful gifts. The
hostesses served birthday can and
coffee toe Mrs. Bob Blanchard, Mrs.
Henry "Best, Mrs. Raeford Bostlc,
Mrs. rR. M. HerringMrs, J. B.
Torrani, Miss Jean Torrans, Mrs.
Bill Vann,1 Mrs. Robert Davis, Mrs.
Y, L..Smlth; Three new members:
Mrs. C W. Hlnson, Mrs. T. B. Quinn,
Mrs. Rouse and one . visitor, Mrs.
Oscar Beet ' v-
, The meeting closed with the club
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I HOUSES & APARTMENTS a
, Kenansville and Warsaw
A. J. STRICKLAND
Phone 554 Warsaw
Bargains in Fine
Be Here Waiting
Friday at 10 A.M.
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EIUTIIDAY PARTY i V
FOR JANE STRICKLAND
" Mrs. James Franklin Strickland
to'tertained for her daughter, Jane,
on her fifth birthday Saturday mor-
alng at - ttomeen..-f.:jVv v'-V,?,:. '
k Upon" arrival the little guests en-Joyed-
several -outdoor examee; '" v
Mrs. Strickland "served pink birth
day cake,' ice cream and lemonade
toe Beth West Kathy Benton, Susan
Brown, Ken Brock,. Jimmy Strick
land. Catherine Buck, David Alien-,
Patsy Sheffield, Diane Sheffield,
Connie Brinson, Bobby Sloan, Betsy
Yann, Carolyn , Johnston, " Nancy
Jofanstorv Jennie Johnston, Shirley
'Best, Paula Todd and Mickey
lAskew.i!.-,-;.,;;:.:,:;r ,: ;
IfdTlCE - CIRCLE.
Att Methodist Circles will meet
Monday evening; Marcn m, ii i.m.
Be sure to ntfte change of date.';"-
BILLY WOOD ' ' "
BIRTHDAY PARTY v
' Mrs. Odell Wood entertained; her
ion, Bill, on his .eighth, birthday
Thursday, February 14 from four
"til five-thirty. After the little guests
arrived they enjoyed ir movie then
each one had pony ride,. Games
were enjoyed directed: by Misses
Ruby Davis, Sara Dean and Patsy
Thigpem Shelby Jean and Christine
1 Birthday cake and ice cream was
served to the guests. Balloons and
suckers were given as favors. ,
1 ; Those attending were: Edna Fay
and Charles-Powell Dianet Wahab,
David and Kathy Benton, Cecelia
and Harry Lee-Thigpen, Gene Beas-
ley, Billy and Donald Knowles,
Linda Ezzel), Dan McNeill, Gene
and Glenda Herring, Rita, Charlie
and Danny Gore, Earl Rouse, Billy
Byrd, Dallas and Gloria Gore, Betty
Billy received many nice gifts.
of the program. The hostess served
ice cream cake roll with cashew
putsto the eleven members present,
PAUL B. POTTER"
Vafches, Diamonds, Silverware . How
The First 50 People To Enter Our Store Will,
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CLUB ENTERTAINED :
.5Che. Home Gardeners Club, was
delightfully entertained at a lovely
luncheon at the home pf Mrs, E. P.
Bwera,pflwednesday honoring the
Home Gardeners .. guest .speaker,
Mrs. Cecil, Wooten of Kinston, Upon
arrival guests were served appetiz
ers of tomato Juice- and relishes. A
delicious luncheon was served buffet
style that consisted of country ham,
string beans, oyster dressing, trench
rolls, carrotts, pineapple salad and
coffee 'With apple crisp for dessert
The regular monthly meeting fol
lowed. Mrs.' Bill Sheffield, presi
dent presided. The secretary, Mrs.
J. T. Strickland, gave the, report
Chairman of Garden Theraphy and
Beatttiflcation, also, reported. A
rising vote; of thanks was given
Mrs, Ewers. Mrs. Ewers Introduced
Mrs. Wooten who gave a very in
formative talk on "Table Manners."
Mrs. Wooten later Judged arrange
ments made by Mrs. O. S. Matthews,
Mrs.. J, T. Gresham, Mrs. Earl Hule
andJMrs., Bill Taylor. Iced drinks
were served" during discussion.
Guests attending were: Mrs. Wooten,
Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Spears of
Kinston; Mrs, Sara Straughan, Mrs.
C. E. Wahab, Mrs. Ed Sheffield and
Mrs. J.' H. Hines. Members attend
ing: Mrs. J. T. Gresnam, Mrs. J.M.
Kornegay, Mrs. O. S. Matthews, Mrs.
Bill Craven, Mrs. Earl Hule, Mrs.
Ed Strickland, Mrs. Morris Jordan,
Mrs. Elbert Matthis, Mrs. John
Fonvielle, Mrs. Glenn Brown, Mrs.
Bill Taylor, Mrs. A. M. Benton,
Mrs. John Anderson Johnson, Mrs.
J. K. West, Jr., Mrs. Bill Sheffield,
Mrs. W. J. Middleton, Jr. and Mrs.
J. F. Strickland.
Welcome to KALEEL GRILL
CHICKEN IN THE BASKET,
Pay us a visit while visiting patients
at Clinton Memorial Hospital
For County Commissioner
(District 1, comprising Warsaw Faison Calypso)
I hereby announce my candidacy for Commissioner of Duplin
County, 1st. District, subject to the will of the Democratic voters in
the May Primary and General Election in the fall.
H nominated and elected I promise to do my utmost in the inter
est of my district and all of Duplin County in helping the farmers
and bringing in new industry.
I Solicit and will
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0iaswi1f Ha Os
MISS JEAN ANDERSON
GUEST SPEAKER AT
Do you write news items that are
interesting to the reader or do they
lack those" special; qualities most
essentlaTto: any article if it is to
hold interest? This was the subject
discussed by Miss Jean Anderson
of the' State College Extension Ser
vice,, Raleigh at a meeting held in
Kenansville Thursday afternoon for
the" benefit of the Home Demonstr
ation Club Publicity leaders of Dup
lin County, whose Job is to. write
straight; news and feature stories
for local newspapers, T 7 Y ''
. Facta plus names minus personal
opinion was Miss Anderson's defini
tion of "news". Finding J a' stojty
planning, preparing and placing- it
la the hands of the people are the
steps that must be taken In present
ing1 the i pubUe with Mews. It was
further pointed out that no other
medium is more powerful in letting
the people know of the good work
our club women are doing than our
local newspapers, and the way in
which such news is written up is
t Eighteen women ' attended this
meeting from various clubs. B. F.
Grady, Calypso, D. S., Friendly,
Miller, Outlaw's Bridge, Scott's
Store, Homemaker's, and Morning
Clubs were represented. :
WINS HIGH SCORE
Mrs.'. James Herman Hines re
ceived shampoo for high score and
Mrs. Charles Sheffield was given
a cutting board of low score on
Thursday evening when Mrs. Ed
Hines entertained her bridge club.
The hostess served cherry pie
topped with whipped cream and
coffee to Mrs. Hines, Mrs. Sheffield,
Mrs. Ralph Best, Jr. and Mrs. Ed
greatly appreciate your vote and support.
Offered in This Great Store-Wide
Receive One 01 The
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4CB8CRIPTION tAR: SJ
. The following meetings are scheduled-
for. the. x Warsaw.' . Methodist
Charge during the month of March.
' Carlton's Chapel - February 28
through March 8. Rev. J. Paul Ed
wards of Roseboro, N. C. -'
: Warsaw Methodist Church - Mar
ten 8 through March 12. Rev, E. G.
PurceU Jr. of Ahoekle, N.-C '
Turkey Methodist Church - Mar
ch 18 through 21. Rev, R. P. Turner
of Clio. South CaroUna
All semces begin 'each evening
at J0 .PJfc! The public U cordially
invited to attend these services as
announced by the minister, Carlton !
MRS; L. ALBERTSON ' '
' Mrs. ' Moman Barr received high
score and Mrs. Y. L. Smith won
second high, both received cobbler's
aprons, and Miss Nora Blackmore
captured. traveling when Mrs. Uaw
ton Albertson entertained her bridge
' The hostess served cherry tarts,
nuts and coffee to: Mrs. Barr, Mrs.
Smith, Miss Blackmore, Mrs. A G.
Cook, Mrs. J. A "Porter, Mrs. F. J.
Strickland and Miss Mamie Bethea.
W.S.C.S. MEET AT
Circle Number Five was in charge
of the program "Methodist Churches
Helping Rural Negroes" on Monday
evening at the General Meeting of
the Woman's Society of Christian
Service held at the Methodist
Church. Taking part; on program
were: Mrs. J. H Wahab, Mrs. San
ford Packer, Mrs. Gordon Kornegay
and Mrs. Virginia Lanier.
Mrs. J. C. Surratt, Sr. gave the
highlights of the District meeting
recently at Epworth Church.
Mrs. A. M. Benton, president, pre
sided over the business session. The
secretary's report was given by Mrs
Robert Minton. Mrs. H. R. Hipp
gave the treasurer's report. Mrs.
J. H. Wahab, Secretary of Children's
work, gave a report on her work.
There were seventeen members present.
Just Be Here!
Nothing To Buy!
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FOUNDER'S DAY ;'
PROGRAM AT 7
P. T. A. MEET ,: v;.,:t;s
The Warsaw Parent Teacher As
sociation fliet. in the High- School
Auditorium on Tuesday evening,
February IS, at seven-thirty with
Mrs. Eugene i Beasley.v president,
presiding. .-WV'.. " '
Mrs. V. A Standi, program chair
man, ' introduced Mr. L. .B.'Huie
who had charge of the program fak
A Founder's Day Pageant'-comi"
menorating the Stth National AnnU
versary of Pr T. A' was presented
with the following east: Mrs. I a,
Huie, Mrs. Graham: Phillips, , Mrs,
J. W.' Fsrrior; Lyim.esclfc. Shelby
Jean Gore, Charlotte Lanier, Becky
House and Judy Koiuns. uunng tne
program candles were lighted on
the Birthday cake in honor of post
presidents of Warsaw P. T. A and
Founders of National P. T. A. past
presidents - Mrs. W, B. Aycock,
Mrs. Earl Best Mrs. Claude Best
Mrs. G. S. Best Mrs. G. P. Pridgen,
Mrs. H. L. Stevens, Jr Mrs. F. J.
Thomas, Mrs. L. B. Huie, Mrs. Rivers
Johnson, Sr, Mrs. E. C. Thompson,
Mrs. A J. Jenkins, Mrs. J. A Pearce,
Mrs. Lawrence Brown, Mrs. M. A
Smith, Mrs. H. R. .Hipp and -Mrs.
Graham Phillips, As the conclusion
Mrs. Huie presented the Birthday
cake to Mrs, Eugene Beaaley, pre
sent president The audience joined
in singing "America" with Mrs,
W. J. Middleton, Jr., accompanist
Mrs. Graham Phillips gave the
secretarys report irr the absence of
Mrs. Belton Minshsfer.
Mrs. H. R. Hipp gave the treasur
er's report. Dr. Alton W. Greenlaw
was in charge of the devotional.
During the business session it was
voted that $5.00 be donated to
Founder's Day, National Headquart
ers. Mrs. Glenn Rollins, chairman of
the nominating committee, submit
ted the following report for 1954 -Secretary:
Mrs. Ralph Best, Jr. and
Treasurer: Mrs. Sam Godwin.
A committee was appointed to in
vestigate and make a report to PTA
on consolidation of Warsaw, Kenans
ville and Magnolia High Schools:
Mrs. J. W. Farrior; Chairman, Mrs.
L. B. Huie, Mrs. G. A. West, Mrs.
Lawton Albertso'n and Rev. Norman
Principal J. P. Harmon announced
the pre-school clinic to be held
March 4th. i
Mrs. J. W. Farrior's eighth grade
won the room count.
P. T. A. EXECUTIVE
The Warsaw Parent Teacher Ex
ecutive Committee met at the home
of Mrs. Belton Minshew on Friday
evening at eight o'clock.
Mrs. Eugene Beasley, president,
presided. It was decided that the
p.TA. would sponsor the band, im
prove school grounds, and investi
gate keeDine vacant lots clean in
the Finer Carolina Program.
The YardVImprovement Commit
tee appointed: Mrs. J. F. Strickland,
Mrs. Walker Stevens and Mrs. Perry
The Vacant Lot Committee: Ed
Strickland, Sam Godwin and Paul
Members present were: Mrs.
Perry Smith, Mrs. Tommy Phillips,
Mrs. W. J. Middleton, Jr., Mrs. V.A.
Stancil, Mrs. Eugene Beasley, Mrs.'
Walker Stevens, Mrs. J. F. Strick
land and J. P. Harmon. , .
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H. D. CLUB I'lUT , . v
.The Mineral Springs Home rvm.
onstration Club, met on iy
evening, February 16, at the horns
of Mrs, -Elvia Carter- wi"t 1: c.
Norman Paries, president residing.
The meeting opened with sir i'g
'America'; followed by the devo
tional given by Mrs. Carter. T..e
secretary's, report was given by IZ a.
Leon! Taylor. . During the business
session plane were made for a play
ground and 'recreation center at
Bowdep. , .:. , -,, - ' '
' The' Demonstration on "Making
Housekeeping i Easier" waa given.
The .'following project leaders re-
ported: Home Dairying, Poultry and
Education.' It was alao decided that
each' member, reading the Bible
through ' would get an .'advanced
readers certificate.- "' v-
The hoetesa served .cheese and
ham biscuits, cake and iced drinke
to: Mrs. Leon Taylor, Mrs. Norman
Parks. ' Mrs. .Silvio Peeora, Mrs,
Gilbert Holmee, Mrs.- Bt Hales. ,
Mrs. W. , HI Moore, Mrs. Charles
Frederiokson, Mr. Rv A. William V
Mrs. Robert Henderson, Mrs. Mike- , t
Owens, Mrs. Shaw Ptoyatelloy Mrs.
Kate McGowan. Mrs. John Justice. -
Mrs.- Johnson1 and ,; Mrs., 1 Georg j
Lloyd. i -W. Vs-".
MRS. ED SIMPSON 4
WINS HIGH SCORE
'Mrs.;.W.-'G. ': tt'')vontertained' .
members of her bridge idub ssm
additional guests on Tuesday ven
Ins. Mrs. Ed. Simnson won a milk:
glass vase, for club high; Mrs. Ed
Hines was given a memo pad for
visitors high.. 'i'F -:
The hostess served cherry tarts.
and coffee .to: Mrs. Simpson, Mrs.
TOines, Mrs.! Mitchell Britt Mrs;
Morris Jordan, Mrs. John Fonvielle.
Mrs. W. J. Middleton, Jr. and Mrs.
J. M. Kornegay. .
HOSTESS 'AT BRIDGE
Mrs. Forrest Martin entertained
her bridge club on Thursday even-)
ing at her home. Arrangements of
early spring flowers were used in ;
the home. Mrs. George Hopkins re--,
ceived a cassecple dish for high t
score and Mrs. V. A. Stancil was ;
given a novelty vase for traveling. ;
The hostess served party sana- j
wlches, nuts and punch to: Mrs. T
Hopkins, Mrs. Stancil, Mrs. J. H..
Wahab, Mrs. E. E. Jones, Mrs. J.
Davis, Mrs. S. L. Torrans and Mrs.!.'
A. G. Cook.
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